Wide load coming through, Carbide Series AIR 740

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 13, 2016 - 05:10 PM |
Tagged: corsair, carbide air 740

At 426x340x510mm (16.8x13.4x20.1") the new Carbide AIR 740 looks like a double wide and there is a reason for that.  Corsair have separated the drives and PSU into a secondary chamber, going so far as to mount the PSU vertically.  The design also gives you more than enough room to install radiators in a number of locations inside the case without impinging on any other components nor will you have issues with even the tallest CPU heatsink.  [H]ard|OCP was impressed enough with the case to give it the Gold, though they would have liked to see a fan controller in an AIR series case.

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"Corsair is back with another cube type case this time in its Carbide AIR series. The model AIR 740 is a big steel case that has a big footprint, and along with that comes a spacious interior that will lend itself to just about any amount of hardware you want to install and Corsair has its sights set on excellent cooling for all that hardware."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP

October 14, 2016 | 03:03 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Corsair approval for a 100 of these just came in, I'll be first on the list. Can't wait to start selling the and building a bunch of badass workstation, servers, and Battlestations, shoutout to Big G @Corsair continuing to make the best cases in the business.

Thank you for reporting on this fine and sexy chassis Nerdfag.

October 14, 2016 | 11:09 AM - Posted by Wang (not verified)

It even has ribbing for her pleasure, sign me up!

October 17, 2016 | 10:44 AM - Posted by H1tman_Actua1

I love this case. this and the carbide 540

I just did HD120RGB builds with them.

carbide 740

carbide 540

October 18, 2016 | 04:26 PM - Posted by AnonymousE (not verified)

Nice setup bro!

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